Currituck County Register of Deeds
The Register of Deeds is elected in partisan elections every 4 years. The office is the custodian of documents recorded from the beginning of the county to the present day. It records real estate documents, births and deaths. The office also issues marriage licenses, handles notary commissions, military discharge recordings, and provides certified birth and death certificates, and other documents.
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What do you think makes you the best candidate for this office?
What is the most important issue facing the Register’s office currently?
What would you suggest needs to be done within the office of the Register of Deeds so that it operates more effectively?
I feel that my experience and education make me the best candidate for this position. I have updated and modernized the office in the past seven years and have also started an extensive preservation project for all of the County's historical documents. I have now trained and certified all of my staff through the UNC School of government.
I feel that ever changing technology, staying current with best practices, and dealing with smaller budgets while still maintaining the best service to the county and its citizens.
At this stage the only thing to be done is to maintain the progress that has been made with technology, and continue the preservation efforts that have been started.
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